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What’s Happening In The Background To The Apparent Failed UK Government Orderly Exit From The EU
An interesting announcement from The Federal Council in Switzerland as posted on their website:
Crucial Vote On Brexit Deal Postponed
Despite clear ministerial statements to the contrary yesterday morning, rumours that today’s scheduled vote on the Brexit deal would be delayed were...
European Court of Justice confirms UK can cancel Brexit unilaterally
Following the opinion given by its Advocate General, Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona (see our blog on Friday), the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has...
Opinion Of The Advocate General Of The ECJ In The Article 50 Case
Advocate General Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona has given an opinion that the UK could revoke the notification it gave under Article 50 (of the Treaty...
Government forced to reveal Brexit advice
Just when many might have thought things couldn’t get much worse for the Prime Minister, she has been forced into disclosing the Attorney General’s...
EU Settlement Scheme Pilot: Applicant Eligibility
Our previous blog provided information on the individuals who are eligible to apply for settled or pre-settled status under the pilot scheme up until...
EU Settlement Scheme "Appendix EU” Is Difficult To Use, Even For Experienced Practitioners
The UK’s deal on exiting the EU is currently foundering, at home and in Europe, and the situation of EEA nationals in the UK post withdrawal remains...
Fewer Eu Migrants Want To Work In The Uk Since Modern Records Began
A report from the Office for National Statistics has revealed that the number of EU workers from former Soviet bloc countries in the UK fell by 154,...
Immigration System For Eu Nationals In The Event Of A No-Deal Brexit?
Given growing ministerial support for a vote of no confidence against Theresa May following her draft-Brexit deal on Thursday, which triggered the...
 International Protection Post Brexit: The Future Relationship Between The UK And The EU
The European Parliament has released a study highlighting the fact that limited focus has been placed on the relationship between the UK and the EU...
Is Post-Brexit Britain Going To Be Implementing A Japanese Style Immigration Policy?
The Social Market Foundation, an independent British public policy think-tank based in Westminster recently published an article comparing Britain’s...
EU Settlement Scheme Pilot: More Information Released
On 30 October 2018 the Home Office released more information on the new EEA ‘settled status’ pilot scheme.

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